Cracking the SAT U. S. and World History Subject Tests: 2005 - 2006 Edition

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The Princeton Review, Mar 1, 2005 - History - 304 pages
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Why The Princeton Review? 1. We Know the SAT U.S. and World History Subject Tests The experts at The Princeton Review have spent many years researching the SAT U.S. and World History Subject Tests, as well as numerous other standardized tests. We're confident this guide delivers the most current and complete information you need to ace these tests. 2. We Get Results Our inventive approach to standardized test taking has revolutionized the test-prep industry and made our courses and tutoring for the SAT and SAT Subject Tests the most popular anywhere. The same proven techniques we teach in our courses are also covered in this book. 3. We Understand Students Each year we help more than two million students score higher on standardized tests and gain admission to top schools with our books, courses, tutors, and online tools. 4. And If It's on the SAT U.S. and World History Subject Tests, It's in This Book The Princeton Review realizes that acing the SAT U.S. and World History Subject Tests is very different from earning straight A's in school. We don't try to teach you everything there is to know about U.S. and world history-only the techniques and information you'll need to maximize your score. In Cracking the SAT U.S. and World History Subject Tests, we'll teach you how to think like the test writers and * Learn what subject matter will be tested so you can study more effectively * Review key historical eras that will appear on the tests * Use proven techniques like Process of Elimination and Connect the Era to solve complicated questions This book includes three full-length practice SAT History Subject Tests (two for U.S. history and one for world history). All of our practice test questions are like those you'll see on the actual tests, and we fully explain every question. Attend Free Practice Tests and Strategy Sessions We're not just good on paper; you should see us live! The Princeton Review frequently offers free events to students and parents. Evaluate Your Options Thousands of students prepare for standardized tests with our books, courses, and tutoring programs. Get on the Inside Track for College Admissions Gaining admission to top colleges takes more than a high test score. Other important qualifiers may include a strong admissions essay, GPA, and volunteer work.
 

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Contents

THE U S HISTORY SUBJECT TEST
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The Princeton Review Practice SAT U S History Subject Tests
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The Princeton Review Practice SAT U S History Subject Tests Explanations
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THE WORLD HISTORY SUBJECT TEST
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The Princeton Review SAT Practice World History Subject Test
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The Princeton Review SAT Practice World History Subject Test Explanations
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INDEX
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About the Author
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